- Last Updated: 29 September 2016
We have had a drastic increase in some vehicles parking outside of the established parking lines. Other vehicles arrive and then park illegally because they are not between the established white lines. If you pull into a parking stall and are not able to park between two white lines or a curb on one side and a white line on another side, move to a spot where you can park legally otherwise you are at risk for a citation. If you have any questions or concerns please come in and speak with the Security Staff at the counter.
Please keep in mind that how you park may affect other vehicles being able to park legally.
Parking Permits are now available at the Lone Tree and Fourth St campus.
You can get your form at the registration counter on the Lone Tree or Fourth St. Campus when you purchase your permit.
Forms can no longer be printed online due to the forms being different colors this year.
All vehicles parked on the 4th St campus or the Lone Tree campus must have a valid permit.
In an ongoing effort to increase efficiency, Security will be using email addresses for correspondence. You can update your email at Student Registration.
For campus maps, please visit our Contact Us page.
Coconino Community Colleges 2015 Crime Report is published. It is available online, if you would like a copy stop by the Security Office at the Fourth St Campus or the Lone Tree Campus.2015 Campus Security Report & Crime Statistics (printable copy)
The History behind the Jeanne Clery Act
Welcome New Students
The Security Department would like to help you to make your experience here at CCC a safe and positive one.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to come to the Security Counter or email us at: email@example.com
Please Familiarize yourself with the requirements and security information on our site.
Coconino Community College now has an Emergency Notification system to keep all participants informed of any emergencies or Campus closures due to emergencies.About our Emergency Notification
Learn how to sign up online
Parking Permits placement & design have changed, don't get a citation because you have your permit in the wrong location.
Be sure to clean the permit location before attaching the permit to your window.
Replacement cost is $5.00.
Parking Permits are required to park on the Lone Tree and Fourth St Campus. Parking citations are issued to all vehicles without a current parking permit properly displayed.
Visit our Parking & Pricing Information page for further information.
Save time in line by filling out your Parking Permit Form for the new Academic Year 2014-2015
You Received a Citation, now what?
You can appeal a citation you received but you have only 14 days from the date the citation was issued to submit your appeal. Please visit our Security Forms & Appeal Information page for more information. Citations are appealed online, if you do not have this capability stop by Security for further assistance.
If requested to show an ID, you must comply pursuant to:
503-01, 2.2.G Student Code of Conduct
An individual shall not obstruct or resist any College official, employee, or College Security officer or Public Safety Officer in the performance of his or her duty. An individual shall not furnish
false information including false identification, misuse or forgery of College records, false documents or identification.
Lost & Found can be found at the Security Office
Please share the road with our bicycling community. Many people ride bikes to save on costs, so if you drive please be watchful and "Share the Road".
Bicycles can only be secured in the designated bicycle rack, they are not allowed inside the buildings or any other area. You can be cited for unauthorized parking of your bicycle.
Security does not supply locks, be sure to bring a lock and lock your bicycle up in the designated bike racks.
Skateboards can now be secured by the bike rack, you will need your own padlock.
Campus Closures will be posted on the main CCC web page, or you can call 928-527-1222 for updates.
Cell Phone Ban
Starting November 22, 2014 the Flagstaff police department will begin writing tickets to motorists caught using a cellphone while driving, unless its connected to a hands-free mobile device. Drivers will still be allowed to text or type at a stop light or stop sign.
This law is meant to encourage safety and decrease distracted driving. The penalties for this violation are subject to a $100 fine or $250 fine if the action caused a collision.
You can contact Security with questions or concerns at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A printed copy of the Annual Campus Security Report and Summary are available from Campus Security upon request by calling 928-226-4304 or by emailing Mike.Capps@coconino.edu or the Security Supervisor: email@example.com.